THE PINBALL EFFECT, How Renaissance Water Garden Made the Carburetor Possible - and Other Journeys through Knowledge,

By: James Burke

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THE PINBALL EFFECT, How Renaissance Water Garden Made the Carburetor Possible - and Other Journeys through Knowledge, by James Burke
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Little, Brown & Co, Boston - first edition, 1996. hardcover, 9 1/2" x 6 1/4", with dust jacket. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Black publisher's boards with silver type to grey spine linen, 33 b&w photographic illustrations, select bibliography, and index. James Burke draws upon years of research to examine the intrigues and surprises on the journey through knowledge, a trip with all the twists of a detective story. This book has been designed to be read interactively: throughout the book, cross-chapter references mimic computer hypertext "hot links" and allow readers to leap from one chapter to another. It’s a fascinating tour through history's most dramatic innovations.

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